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Cracker Jack December 2014 in rut!

      GCH Wingwood Farm Romeo's Laredo +*B (LA 04-03 92 EEE)
  Sire: Kastdemur's Viento *B (LA 01-00 82+V+)
          Kastdemur's Breeze 4*M (LA 03-04 92 EEE)
TLC-Farms KV Cracker Jack Song *B N1606520 (2/22/12)
        Kastdemur's Next Key +*B (LA 06-06 91 EEE)
Dam: GCH TLC-Farms Tawanda's Next Tune 5*M (LA 04-06 90 VEE)
        Heritage Oaks Theron's Tawanda 4*M (LA 09-06 VEEE 90)

Cracker Jack is pretty boy.  He is very open throughout with flat bones and very fine skin.  Thank you, TLC Farms, for selling us this nice boy and for G6S testing his parents. 
He is G6S normal! 
2013 update - Jack's oldest daughter, Don't I Dance, was Reserve Junior Champion at a very competitive Nubian show at the 2013 Arkansas State Fair.  

Skribble Feb 2016

         J&R Spirit's LFS 1 Hot Tamale
    Sire:  SGCH *B J&R Spirit's HT-K Kaitai EX EEE Elite
         SGCH Desert-Willow KE CK Kailia 2*M EX 93 EEE
TLC-Farms KAI Skribble  N1750316
           M's Sagebrush Klassic Rock
     Dam:  4B Klassic Rock Sonata LA 05-05 VVEV 89
           B&M Rhinestone Sautille 
We are happy to welcome this nice new boy to the herd.  He is a level kid with good bone and good breed character and he is pretty quiet, which we love.  He is G6S normal tested through ADGA.  We can't wait to see his kids.



Hoyt Farms Baby X
pictured October 2010

Baby X - 2011

     CH Longman's H Tami's Style *B    
     CH Longman's H Sunny Kisha
HOYT FARMS BABY X (N1401555) - 2007 
       Bluff-Top Rudy
 Hoyt Farms Tara May
       Bluff-Top Royal Melody 6*M

Baby was Grand Champion Junior Nubian Doe at the 2007 AR State Fair!  She was part of our 1st place Nubian Get-of-Sire and 1st Place Best Three Junior Nubian Does entries.  She was Reserve Champion Sr. Nubian doe in 2010 and part of 1st place Senior Get of Sire entry. G6S NORMAL
Baby was one of triplet does, one spotted, one with a striped belly band and plain old Baby.  With the kids listed for sale, her colorful sisters were snapped up and poor Baby was all alone as her dam did not sleep with her kids.  Then, after about a month,  someone wanted her dam and Baby became my baby.  Year after year, Baby produced spotted kids no matter what color the sire was and we wondered where they came from.  When she was four or five, we were clipping her for a show and discovered she has a large white spot in the very middle of her belly.  How we missed it when we clipped her before that, I will never know.  We never went back and put it on her papers but the spotted kid mystery was solved.  Baby normally has triplets and did so once again in 2014 on the coldest night of the year - about 8 degrees.  Usually, Baby likes me to watch the whole process but pretty much leave her to it.  That night, she seemed glad to let me dry those kids and to help them find the teats.  She would move her legs back and forth while I held the kid up until each one had gotten a full tummy.   I had managed to tear my knee up and after being down in the hay for a long time, I couldn't get up.  I grabbed Baby around the neck and hauled myself up using her for a crutch.  She was pretty unconcerned about it all and drank a big bucket of hot water.  In the morning, she had those babies all tucked up next to her and was resting her head on them.  I don't have to worry about Baby's kids!

Annie December 2012

Annie - four year old
     CH Longman's H Tami's Style *B
 O-GO-4-IT Bond James Bond
      CH Longman's H Sunny Kisha
HOYT FARMS ORPHAN ANNIE 7*M (N1509160) 1/29/2010
      SG Bluff-Top Dutch Guy AI +*B
 Bluff-Top Royal Melody 6*M
  SGCH Bluff-Top Mangus Corona AI 5*M

Annie is just the barn favorite.  She was shown once as a kid winning first.  Pictured here fat and fuzzy in December 2012. Dam of quads at age 2, Annie has a very soft, easy to milk udder that seems to never quit producing.  In May of 2013 having kidded with twins, Annie milked 14.1#s with 5.6% butterfat earning 31.0 points on one day test.  She is now a 7*M and our heaviest milking Nubian.    G6S normal.   Annie's 2013 daughter x Jack was Reserve Champion Junior Nubian at the AR State Fair.
April May 2015 BDIS
April 2014 Grand Champion line up
Shown by Vicky Mullins

   GCH Wingwood Farm Romeo's Laredo +*B
 Kastdemur's Viento *B
     Kastdemur's Breeze 4*M
CH TLC-FARMS APRIL SHOWERS (N1529325) 4/11/2010
    Kastdemur's Next Key+*B
 SGCH TLC-Farms NK Darby *M
    TLC-Farms Reflect Delight

April was the 2010 Grand Champion Junior Nubian at the AR State Fair over 23 entries.  At age three, April has really put it all together. She may not be the tallest doe in the barn, but she is the most complete doe - wide, level and has a beautiful, correct udder.    G6S normal.  Thank you, TLC Farms, for selling us April and for G6S testing her parents.    2013 update - April was Reserve Champion Senior Nubian in a very competitive Arkansas State Fair!  And 2014 update - April was Grand Champion Senior Nubian and Best Udder at the State Fair.  Thank you, Vicky Mullins, for showing her for us!

UPDATE:  April was 2 X's Grand Champion and 2 X's Best Doe in Show at the Arkansas Goat Producers Quad show in May of 2015.  She is now a finished champion.

Blackie in February 2013

Blackie 2014 udder

Blackie's yearling udder

          Udder Providence Levite *B
    Bluff-Top Randy X *B
           SG Bluff-Top Daytona 6*M
HOYT FARMS BLACKIE N1546519 3/1/2011
            O-GO-4-IT Bond James Bond
     Hoyt Farms Baby X
            Hoyt Farms Tara May

Blackie is a solid black doe with lovely breed character. Like most Randy daughters, she has a soft, easy to milk udder. I had never paid much attention to Blackie until 2014.  Each year she kidded with bucks and I just let her raise them and only milked her for a few months.  She certainly raised big healthy bucks but I didn't think she was a strong milker as she seldom had much milk for me and stayed fat on little feed.  Then, in 2014, we ended up with Edna, the bottle calf, after I sold a number of milking does.  I sold Blackie's kids and really began milking her in earnest as Edna needed a lot of milk.  Blackie is a wonderful milker and, although she hasn't yet been on official test, as soon as I added her into the milking string, the amount of cream rose substantially.  I thought she really had no personality as she never would eat treats and just never did do much of anything.  Well, she still doesn't like treats but she loves to simply stand and be scratched.  She is quiet and very pleasant to be around.  She just waits patiently for her turn on the milk stand, coming up only when you call her name.  Most of the goats know their names but are not particularly patient and always want to be first in each day.     G6S normal.

Don't I Dance October 2013
Dancer in 2015

         Kastdemur's Viento *B
    TLC-Farms KV Cracker Jack Song *B
        GCH TLC-Farms Tawanda's Next Tune 5*M
HOYT FARMS DON'T I DANCE N1626884 (DOB 1-18-2013)
        O-GO-4-IT Bond James Bond
    Hoyt Farms Orphan Annie 7*M
        Bluff-Top Royal Melody 6*M

"Dancer" was Reserve Champion Junior Nubian at the 2013 Arkansas State Fair. She is a lovely kid with a lovely personality.  Dancer freshened with twins and a very nice yearling udder.  Like her dam her udder is so very easy to milk and very capacious for just a yearling.  Dancer is just a sweet heart to be around. 

Dew Drop - October 2013
Dew Drop as a yearling milker

         CH Longman's H Tami's Style
    O-GO-4-IT Bond James Bond
         CH Longman's H Sunny Kisha
HOYT FARMS DEW DROP  N1628300  (DOB 1-19-2013)
         Kastdemur's Viento *B
     TLC-Farms April Showers
      SGCH TLC-Farms NK Darby 1*M
Dew Drop is just a darling.  She was third in a large competitive class at the 2013 AR State Fair.  She is our last Bond daughter.  Freshening with twins in 2014, Dew Drop has her dam's lovely udder and has more milk than April did when she first freshened.  She is a sweet heart on the milk stand although she doesn't care for anything to be moved and has to check it all out each day.  Dew Drop was 1st place yearling milker at the 2014 AR State Fair.  And she and April were 1st place dam and daughter.    What a difference a year makes!  Pictured below is Dew Drop at age 2 just before kidding.  The udder picture is of her yearling udder and it is much nicer at age 2.   Need to get a  current picture of it.







RAIN 2015



















       Bluff-Top Randy X *B

     Hoyt Farms Big Talker *B

          Hoyt Farms Xanadu 7*M 


          Kastdemur's Viento *B

     CH TLC-Farms April Showers

          SGCH TLC-Farms NK Darby 1*M





Rain is pictured left as a kid and right as a yearling.  She freshened as a yearling with a lovely udder.  We love this doe and can't wait to see her mature.  She is long and level and has a wonderful personality.  She was the easiest yearling Nubian we have ever trained to the milk stand, never offering to kick and always enjoying being milked.




























       Bluff-Top Randy X *B

     Hoyt Farms Big Talker *B

          Hoyt Farms Xanadu 7*M 

Hoyt Farms Flooded Fortune N1738742 (DOB 3-25-2015)

          Kastdemur's Viento *B 

     CH TLC-Farms April Showers

          SGCH TLC-Farms NK Darby 1*M  


 Fortune is a long, tall girl.   She is a gentle sweetheart, standing quietly and waiting for attention.  As a yearling, she freshened in May with twin does and a very capacious and easy to milk udder.  She is just a dream on the milkstand. 









           Bluff-Top Randy X *B

     Hoyt Farms Big Talker *B

          Hoyt Farms Xanadu 7*M 

HOYT FARMS FLASH FLOOD N1738744 (DOB 3-21-2015)

          O-Go-4-It Bond James Bond

     Hoyt Farms Dew Drop

          CH TLC-Farms April Showers 


"Flashy" was kind of a scrawny kid, being the smallest of triplets and the only doe, but she is maturing into a pretty girl. 






Junior Nubians


HOYT FARMS GALOSHES  N1825491  D.O.B. 2-8-2016

Galoshes is a full sister to Fortune, another CH TLC-Farms April Showers x Hoyt Farms Big Talker *B kid.  This black and white kid is just huge with good width throughout.  I have often said our spotted kids sometimes have the "nutty Nubian" gene but Gal is very level headed.  We decided not to leave her dry because she is big and is tending to get fat.   

CONTACT US AT:  hoytfarms@earthlink.net
phone 870-642-6284.